Popular Post imron Posted April 9, 2014 at 07:19 AM Popular Post Report Share Posted April 9, 2014 at 07:19 AM Chinese Text Analyser is a new tool I’ve been working on to help with reading and vocabulary acquisition.You use it by opening a particular file containing Chinese text (or by pasting text from the clipboard), and it will highlight any words that you don’t know. You can then mark words as either known or unknown, and Chinese Text Analyser will then remember them, and over time build up an accurate list of your known vocabulary (you can also import lists of known words from other sources).You can then use it to: Easily see which words you do and do not know in any piece of Chinese text Sort words in a document by frequency to help prioritise which new words to learn Export wordlists (with optional sentence and cloze deletion extraction) for use with flashcard programs Create segmented text files - with or without markup Calculate and export frequency statistics Search for grammar patterns e.g. 因为…所以 and more The current version - 0.99.0 - should be considered a pre-release version, and there are still a number of major features I’m working on in the lead up to version 1.0.0, plus there are still various bits of polish I need to add for existing features too. However the program is now stable and currently at a point where it has a lot of useful functionality. If you’d like to try it out, you can download it from:http://www.chinesetextanalyser.com/downloadCurrently it’s Windows only, (though it will run on Linux under Wine), but I’m planning native OS-X and Linux versions at some point in the future.Unlike a number of other products with similar features, Chinese Text Analyser is fast. It will happily load and segment a full Chinese novel in under a second, and scrolling anywhere in the document is instant and flicker free.If you need to process large amounts of data, it also handles multi megabyte or gigabyte files with ease and without locking up your computer.If you're interested, check it out and be sure to let me know any feedback you might have. 15 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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